Comfort With Money A man at my father’s memorial party spoke of how much fun he and my father had once while they were making a lot of money. My sense of business is that a few people talk with each other about their ideas, trade energy, do research until a structure and budget is designed for developing a business. I don’t remember really enjoying Monopoly until recently but I think an attitude of play is good for making money. Comfort with Money might imply that comfort is something one... Topic: Andrea Callard, soundscape composition
Performers from NYSAE: Andrea Callard, Jamie Davis, Jonny Farrow, Todd Shalom and Andrea Williams. Moving Water is a two-part interactive performance conceived for free103point9's Sound Mapping event July 5, 2009 in Catskill, New York. The even featured Annea Lockwood's A Sound Map of the Hudson River project. The first part is a tuning of the audience-- NYSAE members guide participants through "Ear Cleaning" exercises and help to activate their ears for focused listening to the... Topic: Andrea Callard, soundscape composition, NYSAE
Experimental electro-acoustic compositions, based on digital processing and manipulation of field recordings made in Cornubia in August 2007. Topic: experimental electronica, ambient, soundscape composition, field recording
This is an interview with Jesse Seay mixed with field recordings. It was originally broadcast on the New York Society for Acoustic Ecology's show Giant Ear on Free102point9.org on May 23, 2010 Topic: field recordings, soundscape composition, Andrea Callard
A series of soundscape compositions, based on edited but unprocessed field recordings. Against the flow, we prosper. 8:30 mins; featuring sound recordings made by Lynn Davy. Performed at the Sound Cafe event, Jedburgh, November 26 2005. This piece was compiled from sound recordings made in the town of Peebles (Scottish Borders) during 1994. Bird hide A short piece featuring recordings made within a bird hide, in Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire, one of the UK’s oldest nature reserves. The piece was... Topic: soundscape composition, field recording, ambient, soundmark
Experimental electro-acoustic composition, compiled from free improvisations, based on field recordings made in rural Norfolk, on location at Hindringham windmill during June 2002. Mixdown at Skylight, Girton, July 2002. Topic: experimental electronica, ambient, soundscape composition, field recording
Repositioning Myself in the Marketplace is a monologue mixed with field recordings. I worked extensively as a visiting or teaching artist in educational settings, carrying ideas and practices from the art world into other territories of public education. I began thinking of all the people I had known and enjoyed and been influenced by during earlier parts of my life. I wanted to be with them again as I moved into a new period of creative work but the people were spread all over so I made this... Topic: performance art, soundscape composition, Andrea Callard
Between the ages of 4-15, I lived in Muncie, Indiana when it was a hub of industrial commerce. Besides agriculture, there were factories that made products made of glass, zinc, copper, and steel. There is still an active network of freight railways originally built to move the results and it is a strong factor in the soundscape. Around the clock, trains pass through Muncie on many different tracks that intersect the streets and this happens around the clock. There is a person on the train that... Topic: Trains, railroad buffs, soundscape composition, Andrea Callard
a radio evening with the Eric Leonard and the New York Society for Acoustic Ecology. Members present may have included Andrea Callard, Michelle Nagai, Jamie Davis, Jonny Farrow, Ned Mooney, and Andrea Polli. Topic: Andrea Callard, NYSAE, performance art, soundscape composition
Laughing and Clapping, May 2009 What would it mean to record applause and laughter at public events I choose to attend then bring those sounds into the home of people I have not met who have agreed to be hospitable? The laughing and clapping will be separated from the original context but the people who generated it originally will not know and I will not note where the sounds came from. Is exporting joy from one place to another transgressive with no victim? Families are the first audience for... Topic: performance art, soundscape composition, Andrea Callard
This audio segment was originally broadcast on the New York Society for Acoustic Ecology's show Giant Ear on Free102point9.org on May 23, 2010. It may include my conversation with with Jesse Seay or a mix with field recordings. AC Topic: Jessy Seay, Andrea Callard, soundscape composition, field recordings
Soundscape compositions, originally made for Resonance FM and broadcast in 2002. The pieces explore the sound environment of the community in which I lived at the time, and it relationship to the people that lived there. The first piece focuses on the sound of traffic, which is an inescapable feature of the sound environment in the area. It is a sound that annoyed me intensely, so I decided to find out whether other people living locally shared my view, by interviewing people living close to... Topic: soundscape composition, soundmark, acoustic ecology, radio art, sonic art
This audio segment was originally broadcast on the New York Society for Acoustic Ecology's show Giant Ear on Free102point9.org on May 23, 2010. It includes segments of my conversation with with Jesse Seay and a mix with field recordings. AC Topic: Giant Ear, Andrea Callard, Jessy Seay, field recordings, soundscape composition
My MFA Graduating Project in the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University Topics: computer music, soundscape composition, glitch, digital audio, experimental Source: http://karosta.edworks.net, http://www.archive.org/movies/details-db.php?collection=computerchronicles&collectionid=325
These recordings present three different perspectives on the soundscape of a particular time and place. The sonic materials were gathered during a group soundwalk conducted on 7th March 2010, from Bridport to West Bay on the Jurassic Coast of Dorset, UK. The walkers both documented the soundmarks of this landscape, and interacted with objects during the walk to create new sounds. These were then edited by the different individuals involved, and processed to different degrees. The pieces... Topic: field recording, soundscape composition, ambient, experimental electronic, sound art,...
A series of soundscape compositions, based on edited (and sometimes processed) field recordings. 1. Shick shack. A radio art piece, which features recordings made in Australia and in Cheshire, where my family is from. The piece explores the story of William Buckley, who was transported to Australia from rural Cheshire, as described in the book ‘Strandloper’ by Alan Garner. Broadcast on Resonance FM in 2002 as part of the Houyhnhnm Tales series produced by the Sonic Arts Network. 2.... Topics: ambient, field recording, soundscape composition, acoustic ecology, soundmark, electro-acoustic,...
During the summer of 2004, Wimborne Community Theatre (Dorset, UK) performed a site-specific play in a local woodland, Holt Forest, based on local stories and histories about the wood. This composition features sounds recorded as the play was developed and performed, providing both a documentary account of the Holt Forest Project, and an insight into how people relate to a woodland environment close to where they live. Recordings made as part of the project were featured in an installation at... Topics: soundscape composition, field recording, ambient, soundmark, sound art, site-specific, theatre,...
Nel lavoro si ricostruisce l'evoluzione teorica del concetto di "paesaggio sonoro" a partire dagli anni '60 fino ai giorni nostri, ponendo l'attenzione sulle principali scuole canadesi ed europee. Si propone quindi un utilizzo più musicale del concetto, al fine di mostrare come questo possa contribuire a comprendere alcune esperienze musicali del Novecento da sempre difficilmente accessibili alla riflessione propriamente musicologica. Topics: paesaggio sonoro, ecologia acustica, Murray Schafer, Barry Truax, World Soundscape Project, Michael...